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pre·mi·um

(prē'mē-ŭm)
The amount that must be paid to the insurer to maintain the desired health insurance coverage.

premium

(prē′mē-um)
A payment made periodically to a health care insurer in exchange for benefits coverage (indemnity against future expenses).

pre·mi·um

(prē'mē-ŭm)
The amount that must be paid to the insurer to maintain the desired health insurance coverage.

premium,

n the amount charged by a dental benefits organization for coverage of a level of benefits for a specified time.
premium, earned,
n the portion of a policy's premium payment for which the protection of the policy has already been given.
premium rate,
n the price per unit of insurance.
premium tax,
n an assessment levied by a state government, usually on the net premium income collected in that state by insurance companies.
premium, unearned,
n the part of the premium applicable to the unexpired part of the policy period.
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The sector achieved a growth in the percentage of earned premiums, calculated in pro rata manner between the net subscribed insurance premium and the insurance coverage period elapsed from the age of the document, where growth amounted to 16% by comparing the first half of 2014, with data of 2013.
8226; This report provides you with a breakdown of market data including data on gross written premiums, earned premiums, number of active policies, number of schemes offered, penetration percentage, gross claims, paid claims, change in outstanding reserves, incurred loss, loss ratio percentage and insurance density and penetration.
provides you with a breakdown of market data including data on gross written premiums, earned premiums, premiums per capita, number of active policies and insurance penetration
Health - The health insurance operations for State Farm Mutual reported an underwriting loss of $68 million on earned premiums of $1.
Earned premiums in the Kemper segment were flat for the first quarter of 2008, compared to the same period in 2007, as increases in earned premiums on homeowners insurance and other personal lines insurance were almost entirely offset by a decrease in earned premiums on automobile insurance.
0 million for the third quarter of 2007, compared to the same period in 2006, due primarily to lower insurance expenses and the higher net investment income, partially offset by higher incurred losses and LAE as a percentage of earned premiums on property insurance products sold by the Life and Health Insurance segment's career agents and on accident and health insurance products.
Comparable figures for 2002 were: underwriting loss, $118 million; earned premiums, $1.
Marketing and other policy acquisition expenses increased as a percentage of earned premiums from 9.
Earned premiums in the Kemper Auto and Home segment decreased by $3.
Comparable 2001 figures were: earned premiums, $25.
Automobile insurance earned premiums decreased by $3.